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  1. 1x SB Champ. 1992 AP Coach/Year. 2x SN Coach/Year. Get Stats, Coaching Records, Team Ranks, Coordinators, and more for Bill Cowher on Pro-football-reference.com.

  2. en.m.wikipedia.org › wiki › Bill_CowherBill Cowher - Wikipedia

    Cowher's record as a head coach was 161991, including the playoffs. He was succeeded by Mike Tomlin . On January 11, 2020, Cowher was told live on a CBS pregame show that he was being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame as part of its centennial class by its president David Baker .

  3. Bill Cowher compiled a record of 149 wins and 90 losses and 1 ties in his coaching career with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He began coaching during the 1992 season and last coached during the 2006 campaign. Pittsburgh Steelers. Coaching Record: Awards. 1992 - AP NFL Coach of the Year. 1992 - Sporting News NFL Coach of the Year.

  4. Cowher holds an incredible regular season record of 149-90-1, .623 and a postseason record of 12-9, .571 for an overall record of 161-99-1, .619. He was named NFL Coach of the Year twice (1992 by Associated Press and Sporting News; 2004 by Sporting News).

  5. Jul 21, 2021 · NFL Hall of Famer and Crafton native Bill Cowher coached the Pittsburgh Steelers for 15 years. Here is a season-by-season look at his record.

  6. Cowher finished his career as one of only six coaches in NFL history with at least seven division titles, and he joined Paul Brown as the only coaches in history to take their teams to the playoffs in each of their first six years as coach.

  7. His coaching tree has combined for a record of 432-501-4 in the regular season and 13-17 in the playoffs during their fifty-nine seasons as head coach after serving on his coaching staffs. The coaching tree has won a single championship, in 2020 by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, led by Bruce Arians. Playing Career.

  8. Aug 5, 2021 · Bill Cowhers coaching record. Cowher was a head coach in the NFL for 15 years, all of which he spent with the Steelers. He took charge of the Steelers for a total of 240 regular-season games, finishing with a 149-90-1 record (.623). In his 15 seasons, Cowher had just three losing seasons as a head coach (1998, 1999, and 2003).

  9. Aug 4, 2021 · He was 35 when he matched Don Shula's Dolphins and Marv Levy's Bills for the best record in the AFC. He was 36 when he took Schottenheimer's Chiefs to overtime in the playoffs.

  10. Coming off a losing 7-9 season under Chuck Noll, Cowher began the new era with a winning 11-5 record. Coach Cowhers record with the Pittsburgh Steelers: 1992 11 - 5 :- lost to Buffalo in the playoffs. 1993 9 - 7 :- lost at Kansas City in the playoffs. 1994 12 - 4 :- lost to San Diego in the AFC Championship game.

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